Unique chaise longue with gold details by Louis G. Thiersen
This unique chaise longue was designed in 1928. The frame is of black painted wood and it has a monumental meander border coated in gold. The back is shaped like the Vitruvian wave. Both the seat and back are upholstered with light fabric.
It was executed by Danish master cabinetmaker Louis G. Thiersen (1875-1958).
The chaise longue was exhibited at The Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ 2nd Guild Exhibition, Teknologisk Instituts Udstillingslokaler, Copenhagen, stand 3, Oct. 27. – Nov. 11. 1928. Exhibition Designer: Tyge Hvass.
Literature: Grete Jalk, ed., 40 years of Danish furniture design: the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild exhibitions 1927-1966; Dansk møbelkunst gennem 40 aar: Københavns Snedkerlaugs møbeludstillinger 1927-1966, Copenhagen, 1987, Volume 1, pp. 48-49, ill. p. 49.
Pair of lounge chairs with woven paper cord seats by Fritz Hansen
These lounge chairs have frames of stained beech. The seats are of original woven paper cord.
The chairs were manufactured by Fritz Hansens Eftfl. Denmark ca. in the 1930s.
They are marked with a brass sign: Fritz Hansens Eftfl. København.
Set of eight mahogany dining chairs by Ole Wanscher
This set of eight dining chairs designed by Ole Wanscher (1903-1985) is executed in mahogany. Back of the chairs have cross-bars and the seats are upholstered with black fabric.
These chairs were executed ca. in the 1950s for luxury department store Illums Bolighus.
The have metal tags: ILLUMS BOLIGHUS KØBENHAVN.
H. 85 cm. (33,5")
Seating height 44 cm. (17,3")
A matching elliptical dining table with extension and two extra leaves is also available. Photos of the table available on request.
H. 74 cm. (29")
L. 183/241/299 cm. (72"/95"/118")
Very rare pair of velour upholstered chairs by Nanna Ditzel
This very rare pair of chairs designed by Nanna Ditzel has sculptural armrests like tiny wings. The chairs have stained oak legs. Sides, seats and backs are upholstered with a yellowish velour.
The chairs were designed in 1955 and executed by master cabinetmaker Knud Willadsen, owner of Søren Willadsens Møbelfabrik, Denmark.
The chair model was exhibited at the Fredericia Furniture fair in 1955 at Søren Willadsens Møbelfabrik's stand. Here it was presented as a desk chair together with Ditzel's more famous model 93 desk.